US Annual Budget Deficits From 2013 To 2015 Will Contract
As Medical Spending Growth Slows, The Economy Slowly Improves And Tax Increases Bring In More Money
medical costs stopped growing at previous rates, higher taxes boosted revenue and the economy slowly improved
The U.S. federal deficit for this fiscal year has contracted unexpectedly and sharply -- by 25 percent -- as medical costs stopped growing at previous rates, higher taxes boosted revenue and the economy slowly improved.
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#1 May 15, 2013
OH GOODY! Let's party, party, party like there's no tomorrow. It seems we CAN spend our grandkid's (and their kid's) money virtually forever and never have to give a tinker's damn about paying it back.
YIPEE! The libs were right. Everything is FREE, FREE, FREEEEEEE!!!
(Methinks some liberal accounting tricks are at work here though. Ain't "new math" loverly?)
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#2 May 16, 2013
Are you parodying Newt Gingrich's blowing the Clinton surplus?
#3 May 16, 2013
Huh? I thought Monica did the blowing during Clinton's tenure.(We sure as hell know that Hillary didn't!)
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